Question about IBM 9512-hb0 - 15inch Lcd
The issue you are describing may be with your video card rather than the monitors. Do you have an onboard video jack? If so, hook one of the monitors to this jack and disable the video driver for your installed vidio card. If it works, you have the answer. If you do not have an onboard card perhaps you can borrow a video card from another computer to test if it is indeed your video card or monitors. You might also try to uninstall and then reinstall the driver from your video card maker. They usually have driver downloads on the site. Lastly, you can buy a cheap video card for testing and if you discover it is your video card buy a new one.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
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